News Helpline | December, 13 2014
The Hobbit franchise is ending with a bang, with first-place openings in 17 international markets on Thursday and a two-day total of $26.6 million for Peter jackson’s “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.”
Russian moviegoers gave “Armies” the biggest Warner Bros. opening day ever with $2.5 million on 2,285 screens. That number topped “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” by 50%.
Brazil opened with $1.3 million at 1,037 screens and Mexico generated $1.1 million, taking 76% and 72% respectively of the top five films.
Along with the U.S., South Korea, Italy and Spain debut the movie on the Dec. 17 weekend and China on Jan. 23.
“The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” took in 70% of its worldwide grosses outside the U.S. with $714 million and $303 million in the U.S. “Smaug” grossed $700 million internationally and $258 million domestically.
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